Postproduction PSD files are out: Find out how do we make it!
During last few years, being present on Architectural visualization market, we received literary hundreds of request to sneak-peek on our workflow, our 3D scenes and Postproduction files, which we consider being the main reason why people like our images. For many years, we tried to keep it under the hood, not to share directly our PSD files, or any other finished and full scenes. We had many many discussions over the years about pros and cons of such a big step. Open our complete workflow to anyone? Or keep there a bit of magic? After so many years, we made the decision.
The change is inevitable.
We introduce a brand new category: 3D scenes and postproduction PSD files!
What you can expect? Well, let's say it clearly: EVERYTHING. Let's have a look at it:
The scene above was created for a tutorial, where we shared not only step by step tutorial on modeling, but also on postproduction. But as we found out, not everyone has the time to follow all steps of the tutorials and to learn it by following it. Some people would love to get an access to "Instant magic" - pour water in it and gets the "wow!" So here we are ;)
This scene was created a few years ago as a free time project, based on some generic Nordic references from Architizer, Archdaily and Archello. There were 2 images created: Dusk scene and daylight scene, both of them are now available in our store with fully layered PSD postproduction files.
Screen above is a representation of what you can expect in the PSD: Every single layer preserved as it was created in our workflow; step-by-step creation of the scene is fully available there.
What are you waiting for? Check out our growing list of PSD files which you can get and fastforward your learning pipe ;)